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Economic crime goes up in 2015 by 61 percent

BUSINESS NEWS

Local firms are among global companies losing billions due to various forms of economic crime as documented in a report by audit firm PricewaterhouseCoopers (pwc).

Economic crime goes up in 2015 by 61 percent

By Standard Reporter | 5 years ago

New bill seeks to give EACC more powers

New bill seeks to give EACC more powers

The Ethics and Anti-Corruption Commission (EACC) may have prosecutorial powers to punish those involved in economic crimes, if a draft bill sails through Parliament.

Rawlings Otieno | 5 years ago

Why women, youths and Church should drive truth team’s agenda

Who are the consumers of both forms of media, and are they, in effect, complicit in any coverage that will shift the nation away from its ugly past

- | 7 years ago

Abuse of office over ‘abuse of office’ charges

A question we must ask is whether in the face of the clear and unambiguous provisions of the law of what amounts to abuse of office under section 46 as read together with section 48 of the Anti-corruption and Economic Crimes Act, it will be trite to hold accountable those investigators, crime readers and prosecutors who unnecessarily charge people for abuse of office over non compliance with internal regulations and memos?

- | 8 years ago

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